Corning Museum of Glass, Corning

Corning And Southern Tier

Want a great Finger Lakes combo? Consider a trip from Canandaigua to Corning - especially popular with groups to the area. Art, wine, and history are common themes for touring between Ontario County and Steuben County and New York's Southern Tier. Visit the Corning Museum of Glass, the Rockwell Museum, the Glenn H. Curtis Museum in Hammondsport, and of course, there is the wine combo too. You can connect easily from the Keuka Lake Wine Trail  to Canandaigua or Seneca Lake Wine Trail.

Corning Museum of Glass offers the chance to see gaffers shape glowing hot globs of glass into something remarkable, see 35 centuries of glass artifacts of different cultures, and become an artist yourself by making your own one-of-kind work of art.

Everything western is right before your eyes at the Rockwell Museum, from Artemus the Buffalo crashing out of the side of the building, the old jail cell inside, the Remington and Russell Lodge where you can sit back and relax among the artwork, and the enormous paintings and contemporary sculptures on the third floor. There are backpacks full of interactive fun for kids, and even a room where they can dress up and play. It's the perfect place for the whole family to have an afternoon of fun.

Motorcycles, cars, and planes, Oh My! The Glenn H Curtiss Museum, located in Hammondsport is the sort of place people visit without always knowing what to expect and leave excited about their discovery. In addition to learning about the "fastest man on earth," who also happened to be a brilliant inventor and a daredevil of sorts, you'll find vintage motorcycles, cars and planes.

For more information and help planning your day trip to Corning and the Southern Tier contact:

1 West Market Street, Suite 201, Corning, NY 14830
Tel: 607-936-6544